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International Education Week

Every year the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education celebrate global education during International Education Week, held across the nation at university campuses, during the third week of November. The Office of Global Engagement and the International Student Council co-present International Education Week, November 18-23, 2019 with multiple departments and colleges hosting international events throughout the week. As we build a more inclusive, global Utah State University, we invite you to become involved by attending events during the week.  

International menus at Aggie Marketplace and The Junction all week.


Monday, November 18, 2019

Study Abroad Pop-Up Advising

Peer Advisor Kinsey Brashears will be in the library foyer offering advice on study abroad programs, scholarships and more.

9-10:00 AM 
Merrill-Cazier Library Foyer

Internationalizing Teacher Education

Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services presents an information session on internationalizing teacher education. 

Dr. Sylvia Read – International Student Teaching
Dr. Sarah Braden – English as a Second Language Endorsement
Dr. Maria Spicer-Escalante – Dual Language Immersion Endorsement

4-5:00 PM
EDUC Room 131
Free pizza while it lasts.

Around the World Night

Join the Office of Global Engagement, the International Student Council and several student clubs and organizations representing the global community at Utah State University. Enjoy cultural activities and international food tasting. 

5:30-7:30 PM
TSC, International Lounge

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Haiku Workshop at NEHMA

Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art and Global Engagement offer a workshop on writing Haikus while interpreting artwork around the museum. Students and community members are welcome. Workshop materials and refreshments provided. 

4-6:00 PM

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

USU Big Bands | Impressions of the Far and Middle East

Join the USU big bands on a musical journey as they explore some of Duke Ellington’s most exotically rich compositions. In 1963, Duke Ellington’s big band embarked upon a world tour that with stops in a number of exotic locations in the Middle East and India. The following year found Duke’s band touring Japan. Inspired by their travels, Ellington and his collaborator Billy Strayhorn wrote several compositions recounting their impressions of these intoxicating locations, resulting in the Grammy-winning album Far East Suite.

7:30 PM 
Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall
FREE for USU Students with ID
$5-10 for the public
Ticket Info


Thursday, November 21, 2019

USUSA Latin Dance 

Learn how to Latin dance from USU's Latin dance club. First hour teaching, second hour practice and free dance. They teach bachata, merengue, cumbia, and salsa.

8-10:00 PM 
HPER Room 215

Friday, November 22, 2019

Study Abroad Pop-up Advising

Peer Advisor Kinsey Brashears will be in the TSC by the USU Campus Store, offering advice on study abroad programs, scholarships and more. 

9-11:00 AM 
TSC, by the USU Campus Store

Movie Night

Celebrate Year of the Woman with the screening of Girl Rising, 5th Anniversary Edition, a documentary that follows 9 girls from Haiti, Nepal, Ethiopia, India, Egypt, Peru, Cambodia, Sierra Leone, and Afghanistan on their journey to education. Nominated for awards:  Emmy, Image Awards (NAACP), and Winnipeg Real to Reel Film Festival.
7:00 PM 
TSC, International Lounge

Saturday, November 23, 2019

International Day at USU vs Boise State Football Game

Join the International Student Council and international students as they take to the field with flags from all over the world.

Flags on the Field
7:55-8:25 PM 
8:30 PM
Maverik Stadium 
FREE with USU Student ID
Ticket Info


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